In an effort to improve the research experience for the global chemistry community, ACS Publications has introduced a new subject-based taxonomy. This taxonomy allows you to browse and discover leading, cutting-edge research results from more than 775,000 articles published in all ACS Publications peer-reviewed journals going back to 1996.
Available on pubs.acs.org and on each journal homepage, including partner journals, the subject search enables you to browse research articles from multiple journal titles and to filter and sort search results by subject area, including narrowing results to a specific topic. There are 20 general subject areas available for browsing that can be narrowed down to over 2,000 topics within those areas:
You can also narrow these topic searches further by applying author names, journal titles, publication date, and article type. A search conducted from pubs.acs.org will give you results from all ACS journals and a search conducted from a journal homepage will give you results from that journal. These search/browse results can also be saved so that you will receive email alerts when new research is published within your selected topics.
Please visit pubs.acs.org, select the “Browse by Subject” option next to Browse Publications, and select a subject area to discover related topics and applicable articles. On your favorite journal homepage, scroll down the page to the “Browse by Subject” section to get started: